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From Julian Hyde <>
Subject Re: Website for Concerted
Date Sun, 18 Oct 2015 17:39:18 GMT
Flattered that you used Calcite as a template! (I based it on ORC's...
then found that ORC's was based on Jekyll.)

It's been working well for us, even though I know very little about
Jeykyll, Ruby or modern web dev.

Note that the source code of the site is in the "site" directory in
our git repo, and Jeykyll generates the pages to site/target. That
directory is not stored in git, but is stored in svn, and checking
into svn is what causes the site to be deployed to Apache. I can help
with svnpubsub when the time comes. Some more information in


On Sun, Oct 18, 2015 at 10:27 AM, Gaurav Shukla <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I was thinking of taking up website work for this project.
> I don't know if there's some tool set already in place to make the website
> deployment easier for incubator projects so I took the liberty to start
> from scratch.
> Here's what I think. For website we can take up-
>    - Python flask as a framework.
>    - Bootstrap for styling
>    - Not Much Requirement for a Database (I think so), therefore json
>    Documents would suffice
>    - Elastic Search to provide full text search on documentation also
>    double up as a Datastore in case we do require.
> Additionally we can also index Mailing list Archive in Elastic Search to
> provide search option directly from website.
> Features on website:
>    - Home page - A short description of project and what is does and some
>    use cases
>    - Docs - Two block layout with list of docs on the left pane(small in
>    size) and description on the right pane(Larger pane).
>    - Try it yourself kind of thing to try out the steps mentioned in doc
>    (Contact @Ayrton For further info) something similar to what google
>    provides in it's api documentation.
>    - News/Feed- A list of all the updates or announcements (Release
>    descriptions can also be included here)
>    - Getting Started page to guide developers and users to respective pages
>    or resources (A link to this can also be included as a big button on home
>    page)
>    - Quick Search bar on the top right to provide full text search on all
>    of websites content (including docs)
>    - Faq Page to list answers to commonly asked questions
>    - Develop and help page to provide all the info related to the team
>    members and development process
> For reference I've used .
>  Any suggestions, guidance, help everything is welcome.

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